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Polish Federation of Food Industry becomes member organisation of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers



Warsaw, 30th October 2018

 

Polish Federation of Food Industry becomes member organisation of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers

 

The Polish Federation of Food Industry Union of Employers joined ZPP – the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers. The organisation was established to ensure effective participation of business entities in creating legal, organisational and economic conditions for the development of the food sector – one of the largest and strongest branches of the Polish economy. PFFI members are leading companies and organisations present on the broadly understood food market in Poland. For many years, the Federation has been helping its members build their strong position on the market. Companies associated in PFFI employ 40,000 employees.

PFFI bases its activity on three basic pillars:

  • Organisation – only by acting together, companies can effectively represent their positions,
  • Cooperation – creating a unique platform for cooperation between companies,
  • Influence – PFFI representatives actively present positions and opinions developed in the working committees of the Federation.

Poland’s integration with the European Union set new challenges for Polish enterprises. Since 1999, the Polish Federation of Food Industry Union of Employers is the only Polish organisation that has membership status of the largest organisation of EU’s food producers, the Confederation of Food and Drink Industries of the EEC (FoodDrinkEurope).

PFPŻ represents the Polish food industry at the institutionalised forum of the entire food industry in the European Union. It monitors and informs affiliated companies about any and all changes in EU food regulations, and since 2004 it enables Polish enterprises to actively participate in shaping them.

 


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